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Why Employment Contracts Should be Provided

The relationship that exists between the person employed and the employer is contained in a contract. If the terms and the conditions of a contract of the contract are not followed the person who has breached the agreement is taken to a tribunal court to answer to some charges. It is a common practice for both the employer and the employee to enter into a signed contract so that they can each understand the terms and the conditions that both parties have to abide with. The employee and the employer has to be in a written agreement, and both have to sign the contract. A verbal agreement between both the parties is not the best way as the terms of work and conditions can change with time and if it is a verbal agreement sometimes the changes cannot be captured.

The operations of businesses can change, and if this happens, the information has to be captured into the contract. The changes might fail to be integrated into the verbal or even the written contract which leaves both the employer and the employee exposed to the uncertainty and legal exposures. When an employment contract is signed by both parties the terms of employment are well highlighted to ensure that both the employer and the employee understands the terms that both have to abide by. The contract starts to work immediately it is signed by both parties. The contracts of employment are referred to as the common law employment.

The contract of employment includes the terms and conditions that the employer and the employee has agreed on. The terms that you have agreed on are included in the written contract.

The laws that are required by the law to be in employment contracts are also included. An example is when the employee is working as a driver, where the contract highlights that he must have a valid driving license for the class of vehicle the employee will be driving.

There are also other terms which might seem obvious when mentioned. The contract terms are well highlighted in the contract for both parties to understand.

The employers have to give a written statement to their employee who is a legal requirement highlighting certain particulars of the employment. The contract document contains information like the business address, the Business name, a name of the employee, the job description, work title and other information.

It also highlights how much, and how often and how an employee will be paid. It should also include if the employee is entitled to holiday entitlement, and this includes the public holidays.
If an employee will at some point be required to travel somewhere for employment this is captured in the contract and also the nrservice they are to offer to the employer.